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Well, it’s unfortunately time to say goodbye. Our Disney Cruise Line experience on the Disney Magic is coming to an end after seven glorious nights. And with the end, we must have a See You Real Soon Dinner. Now, on our particular cruise, we had an interesting choice. Do we go to the See You Real Soon Dinner OR because we were docked overnight in Quebec, should we go out into the city to explore in the evening and have dinner out in the city?
We chose to have dinner back on the ship. It was our last night to get to enjoy all the great Disney Cruise Line amenities! So, our See You Real Soon Dinner ended up being in Rapunzel’s Royal Table.
This was, of course, our third time dining here and the luster had not worn of. This still is, hands down, one of my favorite restaurants on a Disney Cruise Line ship.
Now, because it was the last night, they always celebrate with the See You Real Soon Dinner because with Disney Cruise Line, it’s never goodbye….trust me….you’ll always want to have that next cruise in the pipeline!
Take a look at the menu offerings for this particular dinner:
First things first, we start with our appetizer, which was the Italian Bresaola, which was served with goat cheese, and grape tomatoes. Seriously… I love these little charcuterie plates. They are honestly my favorite. This one was no exception.
For my soup, since we were in Canada, I got the Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup. While not as good as LeCellier’s version in the Canada Pavilion, it was tasty.
For my main entree, I opted for two, once again.
I chose the Chicken Kiev which is a stuffed chicken breast with parsley and garlic butter (for me, that’s something you can’t go wrong with…garlic and butter) and served with snow peas and roasted potato. This chicken kiev didn’t impress me. I thought it was fine, but nothing to write home about.
I also got the Prime Rib, which is served with a loaded baked potato and corn on the cob. This was a huge piece of meat! It was cooked to perfection and quite good. I also enjoyed the sides very much.
For dessert, while the menu offerings looked fine, we were spoiled by our waitstaff, as they brought us out the chocolate lava cake that we’d had the previous two nights because we loved it so much.
Overall, I found the main sit down restaurants onboard the Disney Magic to be some of my favorite dining experiences. While I wasn’t super wowed by a lot of the food in the main dining room, I do find it to be good. I much prefer the adult’s only, upcharged dining of Palo and Remy (on the Dream class ships and still, absolutely the best meal I’ve ever eaten). However, I found the theming of the main restaurants that are on the Disney Magic to be much better than those I’ve experienced on the Dream and the Fantasy.
We’ll have one more article in this series on the Disney Magic, talking about all the other miscellaneous dining that you can do on the Disney Magic. Stay tuned for that one next week.
If you want to see what our trip was like, I strongly suggest you head to our YouTube channel and check out our daily vlog for each of the seven days of this cruise. The vlog is a great way to see what it’s actually like cruising with Disney, plus you’ll get to see the dining experience, as well as learn what this unique cruise to Quebec, Canada was all about.
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